Just just curious for runners that get inflammation in their knees what are...

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  • It's a very individual thing. Since the cushy shoes helped your knees, you should probably stick with cushy.

  • For me brooks work very well

  • I love Altra Torin for road and Altra Lone Peak for trails. They have a really wide toe box and those 2 models I mentioned are very cushy while still being flexible.

  • Have run in Asics for 30 years and afraid to switch!

  • My sister also runs with the altra toring and swears by them, I might have to give them a go!

  • If you switch to a zero drop shoe, like Altra, it helps if you walk around in them a lot to get accustomed. Also, they encourage a midfoot to forefoot strike. They're definitely not for heel striking runners. Heel to toe walking in them, however, is great.

  • I love the saucony triumph iso! So cushy and great support. Also they are light, which is awesome.

  • I do Asics. Same as above, no issues so no desire to switch! I would like a second pair that is different for rotation, but leary, so I just have different levels of wear in my rotation

  • I'm running with ASICS GEL-Nimbus and have special arch support. I strongly recommend that you'll consult with Orthopedics.

  • I believe the reason I don't get knees inflammation, for a long time now, is the medicine I take and reducing training when my knees hurt.

  • I JUST bought pair of these yesterday!!! I tried them on and they were cushy and so comfortable. Gel Nimbus 18.

  • Thanks for advice

  • I have scony